“Unknown Object” Shot Down Over US Territorial Waters

Object was the size of a car

The US Military shot down an object that was travelling at 40,000 feet over US territorial waters near Alaska. This came as “fallout” from the Chinese Spy Balloon not being shot down immediately reverberated across the Biden administration. The military called the thing an “unknown object” and downed it over frozen waters, according to the military.

UPDATE:  A US F-22 reportedly shot down another “unknown” object on Saturday over Canada at the request of PM Trudeau. The object was noticed by NORAD and both US and Canadian jets were scrambled.

The object over Alaska was said to be “cylindrical, silver gray, with no sign of visible propulsion.” Something similar to this:

Screenshot via @MACQUADEMAZ on Twitter

The object was spirited away to laboratories for examination to determine whether it was from a government or a private company. It appears that we know even less about this object than the Chinese Spy Balloon shot down previously. We’ll echo MTG’s statement: protect our homeland at all costs.



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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. She has been writing at Conservative Firing Line since 2013 as well. She is also a published author.

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